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    May 12, 2013
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: good morning, i'm alisyn camerota. new details that the irs has been targeting conservative groups like the tea party since longer than we had thought, since 2011. why now are they apologizing. >> tucker: then the more questions we have about benghazi. who did the orders to stand down. >> plus, it was most popular hair cut in america. rachel worn by jennifer aniston could have been one big mistake. >> alisyn: i had that.
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>> clayton: "fox and friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ flowers for decorating our set this morning. this mother's day we have an actual mother on the set joining us live, here is alisyn camerota. >> alisyn: thank you. great to be here. thanks for the flowers. i appreciate that. >> what it is like to be mother? >> alisyn: it's the best thing i've ever done. i sort of forget. we have mother's day but i am looking forward what i call with mommy's spa day. where they brush my hair and massage me. >> so you wake up 3:00 in the
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morning and go to work on mothers day. >> alisyn: you did it yesterday. >> we'll have great tips and things. you can share your mother's day photos with us this morning if you want. send us photos of your mom and we'll try to get those on the show. we're also on twitter. >> tucker: we're going from mother's day to an exploding and frankly shocking scandal around the irs which admitted this week they harassed conservative groups. we learned last night that this has been going on for much longer, since 2001 and the high level irs officials knew it was going on and lied about it zbrooy tea party patriots were targeted in this. the groups had tea party in them patriot in them and also 9-12,
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glenn beck's group as well. this is statement from the tea party patriots, the irs, quote, lied, they lied before congress and they lied again yesterday. we must know how many lies they have been telling and how high theup goes. >> alisyn: yesterday when we reported we thought maybe a handful of low level functions in the cincinnati office. but today it turns out higher-ups and supervisors did know this was going on. according to abc news, the woman who was in charge going doling text exempt status, lois lerner. she knew they were targeting tea party groups and even the irs commissioner had been told some of this is going on and then in testimony in 2012, he denied
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this was happening. >> tucker: you almost never get this where we actually get the facts. people have suspected this for a long time. the reason that douglas shulman was testifying in the first place because a number of conservative groups were complaining they were getting audited by the irs. we know that before the testimony in congress. i think it's criminal. it will be interesting to see the after effect. who will be punished on this or brought up on charges. a class action lawsuit. >> clayton: can you go after the irs in this? we know individuals can sue the irs. can all these groups and say we were targeted. >> alisyn: in typical fashion, just the low level cincinnati office person whose head rolls for this? >> tucker: on june 29th, 2011 the woman in charge for
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nonprofit exemptions learned this was going on. march 22nd, 2012, i'm quoting, shulman was adamant this wasn't happening before testimony in congress. if that is true that sleig flat out. >> clayton: we're also learned what unfolded in benghazi and there is a movement -- you recall there hasn't been any special prosecution board to actually go after and look what happened in benghazi. now, we know that there is pressure on speaker boehner this morning to try to appoint a special prosecutor to go after more details on benghazi. so far, i believe the signatures. >> alisyn: 144. there were 139 signatures. >> clayton: overnight, 139, up to 144 co-sponsors. it's putting boehner on the hot seat.
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>> tucker: congress has the oversight role of the executive branch. in recent years during the '90s, bush years, we saw special prosecutors appointed by the special branch. republicans don't want that. they don't trust obama administration. it looks like the house will investigate this themselves. >> alisyn: what boehner has said he has not decided whether he wants to appoint this select committee because he believes the committees that are investigating, benghazi, for instance, or doing a fine job and he am froongly confused about what a committee could do that the house oversight committee isn't doing. >> clayton: does it come down to subpoena power? >> tucker: they have subpoena power. my understanding it may be symbolic. i want to point this out again and again. this story was not covered
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basically from the end of september of last year until this week by anybody, certainly on television but fox news. there is fascinating study cheryl atkins. she is excellent and she has been covering this. many of the stories have not made air because cbs news executives said you are pushing too hard on that story. talk about vindication, she is vindicated and so is fox. >> clayton: on the subpoena power specifically, people will not come in and testify. ifer 50 years old and two kids and mortgaged, you are not going to go in and give testimony unless a subpoena is thrown your way you don't want to risk your career. >> alisyn: we'll have more throughout the show because things are breaking every hour. >> more headlines what is happening. >> this is new overnight there was standoff with a gunman who was holding three children hostage in new jersey. finally it ended more than 36
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hours and police say all three children are safe. the man that barricaded himself inside after he reportedly killed a woman and one of her children. they won't say how it ended but a press conference is expected later this morning. >> there are clues about ariel castro the man charged with raping three women in his hell house. ten years ago people say they saw gina dejesus moments before she vanished. they reported a man talking to her. police say there is no record of that call. meanwhile, construction crews boarded up the house of horrors to protect the evidence inside. >> there is growing concern this morning for one neighborhood in the northern california town of lake port. hillside underneath it is sinking. let's look at this house. it is dangling on the edge. so far eight homes had to be
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evacuated and ten others are danger. >> we have always loved it up here. it is just devastating. because all of this is happening within two months. we're trying to stay optimistic. >> alisyn: engineers believe water that has bubbled to the surface is playing in the role in the collapse of that subdivision. >> clayton: mother nature putting on a mother's day show. in the early evening you will be able to see the crescent moon and jupiter. it will be bright enough to see without a telescope. it should be near the moon. the large object that is not twinkling, by the way. the planets don't twinkle. you should be able to spot venus hacking under the moon. if you look up and see something twinkling, that is star, if
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those are not twinkling those are planets. >> alisyn: thank you am i right, rick. look up tonight and you'll notice that jupiter and venus don't twinkle. >> i didn't know that. >> all right. happy mother's day. temperatures are a little cold out there. all the bad weather was yesterday. this is that storm, has some damaging spots in mid-atlantic and parts of pennsylvania. there are a few scattered showers in the outer banks. that will be prevalent for today as we heated things up around florida. most of vein staying south of texas, maybe around the big bend but down the south we'll see rain. out in the west we are looking good. few showers around the seattle area but as far as real
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precipitation, it kind of left yesterday. so that is good. employs dry conditions. in it's wake, cold temperatures, cleveland only getting to 49 degrees tonight. we're be dealing with frost conditions around the ohio valley and areas that are prone to frost. 99 today in phoenix. in phoenix tomorrow you will warm up to 102. tomorrow you will be in the 90s around the plains. >> alisyn: thank you so much. we are going to meet one small business owner to refuse obamacare shrink his bottom line. >> tucker: most popular hair cut in america. somebody on the set ha had it. jennifer aniston said it was one mistake from head to head.
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>>. >> clayton: welcome back. dr. steven hoski must provide health insurance for employees. they say the law is bad for
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business and he is suing over it. we are joining by dr. steven hosi, founder of health and wellness center. >> nice to be with you clayton. >> clayton: how does it specifically go after obamacare. how are you suing? >> if you ask me on a legal grounds. we are suing on two major points. first, the origination clause. as you probably well aware, chief justice roberts declared eight tax. all tax revenue bills must started in the house of representatives. revenue portion started in the senate. so we are suing on the origination clause which is article 7, section 1. we are suing on the fifth amendment under the takes clause. government cannot mandate me or any individual to do business with another private individual. it can take our money and redistribute our wealth but
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cannot force us to do business with anybody. so those are the legal grounds on which we're suing. on a taxing, we're the most conservative state in the entire union. we do not like obamacare down here. it's unpopular in texas. texans have always stood up against tyrannical forms of government encroachment. this is federal encroachment in what should be a personal responsibility. >> clayton: so let's get specific how the encroachment would hurt your bottom line. you have 70 employees there and you rely on health savings account. what would obamacare do to these 75 employees? >> the health savings account is part of our program to provide healthcare for our staff members so we have a high deductible which we self fund this. so what we've been able to do is keep our insurance costs down
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for our employees by providing them a portion of health savings account matching them dollar important dollar and high deductible. so the premiums are low and health insurance doesn't cost much. we do natural approaches to health and people on our program we keep them in in a program that helps them maintain health. we have very low costs. this is going to force our organization to have to buy health insurance with he deductibles, high premiums. it's really not going to be able to allow us to fund the health savings account which is going to be worth less because the insurance will allegedly cover everything. it takes away customer health insurance policies so insurance companies are going to make us spend more money. >> clayton: where does the lawsuit stand now? >> the lawsuit is in federal district court in houston.
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within two weeks we will file for a temporary injunction blocking obamacare no matter what happens it decision will be appealed to the fifth circuit which is new orleans. that is a very conservative circuit and we anticipate to be upheld and go on to supreme court. >> clayton: another supreme court health care battle. >> it's going to be a great summer. as i'm saying, as texans we're excited to take on the federal government again. >> clayton: thanks for waking up early. >> coming up here on the show the benghazi gated deepens what will congress do? congressman willie gomers joins us. the last time prince harry was overexposed in vegas. now, he is back in the states and becoming a warrior.
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>>. >> alisyn: 23 minutes past the hour. happy mother's day. apple is coming to the pentagon. defense department says it will clear the company to make extra secure ipad and iphones for workers this week. the devices should be ready this summer. jennifer aniston's iconic haircut the rachel was done under the influence, admitting she was very high when he
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cropped her look into the rachel 20 years ago. it was actually a mistake. why did i get it? following her lead. >> tucker: and this on bombshell testimony, more hearings on benghazi, after the deadly attacks were flat out denied. there is more evidence the talking points in the administration were heavily edited and redacted. for instance, references to terror and al-qaeda were completely removed. who should be held accountable? and one of the key questions is why didn't anybody come to rescue these four americans? we know authorities were aware they were under fire but apparently a standdown order was given. what happened? >> that is what we need to find out. lieutenant colonel gibson got a stand down from somewhere but
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the person that ultimately gave the first order to stand down. >> tucker: is it so hard to find out? >> we have people impeding the investigation. we heard that wednesday. i've been really honored to work with darrell issa and his committee and have talked to numerous people that are involved. >> tucker: on its face, you are in congress and have oversight. its simple question. >> people felt like coming to congress is a game. it's not a game. you look at 1505, more people need to read this. whoever by threats or threatening letter, communication influences, obstructs or impedes basically an investigation of congress goes to prison for up to five years or eight years if it
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involves a death or terrorism. this is quite serious. it also goes with the story you were reporting earlier when the irs has come before congress and not truthful. >> tucker: here a precise example. june loisler lerner learns that irs has been has link conservative groups. the head of irs goes up the next year, 2012 and says, there is absolutely no targeting. this is kind of back and forth that happens. its flat out lie. >> we've got to get back to the rule of law and this administration, for example, has given documents in discovery to terrorists and won't even give them to congress.
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they have impeded investigation after investigation, whether it's fast and furious, whether it's the irs. would you consider it impeding when somebody gets a call and say don't cooperate with the congressman who is coming. >> tucker: that is totally illegal. but in this case, shulman no runs the irs, still runs the irs. nobody has been fired. >> that is where we have to finally -- and i hope our leadership will step up to the plate. this is too serious. this is about a separation of powers. if we do not stand up for the vacation of powers and the oversight authority of congress, then you might as well crown somebody king and go on because we have allowed this great experiment in democracy to crumble. >> tucker: if the administration will use the irs to punish it's political enemy, what won't it
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do? >> that is what we need to find out. they will order military members to stand down who are ready to save our military members. the administration released a report that glen dougherty died when seeking cover. that was lie when they released it. they were heroes. other individual had his leg blown off with ty, he is still undergoing surgery and rehab. there are answers and we should not stop until we get them. that includes punishing anyone who has impeded the investigation. this is too serious. people that throw out the word political. obviously we have found out this was political by this administration to get elected again, just like richard nixon did in breaking into a political headquarters. just like covering things up --
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that was all for politics. this is, too, but people died. people need to be held to account. it can't continue to impede and obstruct congressional inquiries. >> tucker: congressman, thanks for joining us this morning. >> golden state is sick of being taxed. now, they want to be like texas and get rid of their income tax but next guest says that will never work. is it a bird or plane? its ferrari flying three the sky. the story behind this remarkable sight coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ this is america.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: happy mother's day. thanks for joining us on "fox and friends". we want to show pictures of our staff with their moms today. this is our producer brian kelly with mom joanne. >> this is gene elliot and mom. >> look at that. that is great right there. >> happy mother's day.
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>> thank you. >> we should do that er day. >> alisyn: every hour. >> tucker: an extreme weather alert. jaw dropping video out of minnesota. frozen lake creeping up the show straight at these houses. this is the lake in minnesota. winds up to 35 miles an hour being blamed for pushing the ice right into the homes. the ice stuck up three feet. it is to recap is may 11th. rick riechmuth is here to explain. >> does kind of look line a glacier. you get all that wind and breaking up the ice and pushing it into people's yards. it's pretty interesting to watch.
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we're going a warmup around the area.ing up around the plains ad cold air they have been having is moving into the northeast. these are tnts tonight's low temperatures. mid-30s all across the ohio valley. getting to around freezing in detroit tonight. tonight tomorrow night another cold one. you look at the map and kind of gray across areas of upstate new york, that is snow we're going to see falling into some of those areas. sorry to say it. it's cold again and colder day tomorrow across the northeast. in the southeast with sunshine returns except for areas of florida and far south texas, you might see a few showers around brownsville. but aside from that you are looking pretty good. plenty of sunshine returning into the northern plains. this is that video. the temperatures a big warmup
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across the dakotas and across nebraska. still say cooler in michigan and indiana. out across the west, really warming things up. getting 86 in l.a. seattle is cooler in the west and rain showers and portland will be back in the 70s. >> alisyn: gets let's get to headlines. police have arrested three suspected al-qaeda terrorists foiling a plan attack on a western embassy. they were arrested in cairo. they had 22 pounds of ammonia nitrate. they were not saying which embassy were going to be targeted. at least one had received combat training. a driving dilemma. a new report out says drowsy driving is turning into an epidemic. it's killed more than a 11,000
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people over the past decade. it's hard to catch someone behind the wheel like that. the best thing, drink two cups of coffee and take a power nap before hitting the road. >> check out prince carrier. he was rocking the warrior games in colorado. >> oh, my god. went crazy. it's pandemonium out there! >> alisyn: the royal tried his hand at sitting volleyball with wounded veterans. 28-year-old is on day four. week long visit to the united states. later today he will watch a cycling event at air force training academy. tomorrow he is up in new jersey. that will be an eye-opener for him. he will tour several ravaged towns. >> it's a bird, it's a plane,
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its flying ferrari. that is formula fer ri larry dropped in barcelona for the spanish grand prix. as the amazing machine soared overhead. it landed on the racetrack and was ready to drop. okay. >> alisyn: that is how i arrive to work. >> special day for kids at a shelter they were treated at mother's day banquet hosted by the new york city rescue mission. ♪ ♪ >> i'm really happy. >> clayton: our own kelly wright joins us now. >> good morning all. >> happy mother's day. >> this is is not the first time
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you've done this? >> i've done it couple times sing weigh them during thanksgiving and mother's day. this, of course, is something that the new york city rescue mission does exactly well. reach out to people in need and this is mothers in need and their children. all told they got more than 500 people, 500 mothers and plus their children. you increase that to thousand or 1500 people. its feast. all of the members of the new york news media they get involved, as well. new york rescue mission is private charity that is nonprofit. they have been working in this city since the 1800s. >> you had a chance to talk to miss new jersey. she was there helping serve food. >> robin was there and we served food together and michelle
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tolson who is one of the rockets she served as the emcee. but this is great event. i encourage everybody when you are hugging your mom today, think about mothers that are less fortunate and difficult chances they face in rearing their children. these are people they don't sustain enough money or income to take care of themselves. as i said to miss new jersey talking about why she was there to help empower women. to which is given, much is required and she was able to give back a lot. i feel like doing my part is really part and parcel what we should do. >> alisyn: and you look fantastic in an apron. i believe if we have time a
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moment from the event yesterday that we would like to show. >> especially in honor of our mothers this weekend, i think it's a tremendous opportunity, to help our families. the women here are truly deserving. >> my husband is an employee of the new york city rescue mission. we came here when they were going through difficult times. they helped them and now he is happy and loving life and in turn i get to help people. >> alisyn: obviously it's not just holidays, it's year round. >> it's an incredible story. i've got to go back and follow with michelle to talk about how the new york rescue mission and helped her husband and then he gets his life together and he marries this beautiful woman. it's an incredible story.
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>> alisyn: thanks for bringing it to us. good to you guys. >> tucker: the golden state is sick and tired being taxed out. they want to be like texas but next guest says that will never work. >> and royal secret revealed about will and kate's baby. stay tuned this mother's day. ♪ ♪ ♪ my name is robert luther in africa out of beautiful air force station signella. i wish my mother happy mother's day. ♪ with express deals, you can save big and find a hotel with free breakfast without bidding. don't you just love those little cereal boxes? priceline savings without the bidding.
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♪ ♪ 46 minutes past the hour. a major recall from chrysler. they are recalling 470,000 jeep vehicles. take a look at your screen. these are what they affect. and cracks in a circuit board can leave the car shifting in neutral on start-up and rolling away. 26 crashes and two injuries so far. contact your jeep dealer. >> another royal baby secret revealed. kate middleton's due date is july 13th. earlier this month, harry may have spilled the beans on the
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baby's gender, saying it's a boy >> alisyn: california dreaming, the state has the highest income tax in the country. if the golden state were to follow in states like texas and eliminate income tax, california residents would still be tax add lot more. how does that work? >> tucker: a whole lot more says chuck devore. he is here to explain the arrangement. good morning to you. i was reading that california has a 42% higher tax burden than texas? >> absolutely. its state and local level, california takes 42% more of the income than is the case in texas. it's so high they got rid of the state income tax which the highest in the highest in the
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nation, 13.3% then they would still tax more than texas. in fact, california got rid of their property tax or their sales tax, they would only be slightly less than texas. why is this important? you have the president in texas last week talking about jobs. if you look at the two biggest states in the country where one fifth of americans live, california is most like the president wishes to have. how many jobs has created in california since he has become president? on per capita basis, texas has ten times as many jobs than california. >> alisyn: what do californians get for their high tax burden other than nice weather? >> well, that is a great question. they get a lot of regulations. with all of those bureaucrats they have among the highest
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regulatory burden in the country. there was study that was done when i was in legislature. i served there for six years. average small business in california pays about $134,000 per year in regulatory compliance costs. that is what the burden of government does for the golden state. >> tucker: one of the reasons that texas is booming is energy, were in the midst of a energy boom. california could participate in that boom but they haven't so far because they may have about two-thirds of nation's shale oil underneath land in the center of the state but they can't get to it because of political prohibitions against it? >> this is absolutely correct. what is happening in california, they want to regulate the oil before it comes out of ground. there has been a move afoot to curtail or even prevent fracking what is the technology which has
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revitalizeded the texas oil and gas fields. once it gets to the surface they wanted to tax it more by increasing taxes on oil and gas. this has been going on for quite a while. when i was in the legislature in california, i had a bill that would have opened up the first new offshore oil lease in california for n 40 years. it passed the state senate but the sierra club and other environmental groups squashed it when it got over to the stated assembly. >> alisyn: chuck devore, thanks for being here. >> happy mother's day. >> tucker: raising glass to mothers, best bottles of wine for mom that won't break the bank. >> alisyn: why not? [ lighter flicking ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where giving up isn't who you are. ♪ this is the age
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what to get the number one woman in your life. why not a bottle of wine. >> joining us is one minute wine master. jennifer, great to have you back. >> thanks for having me again. >> i was looking over the facts. wine is women's favorite drink. i was shocked. >> "time magazine" came out 52% of women say that wine is that i secret bej of choice. >> alisyn: so on mother's day, which ones are you suggesting that won't break the bank. >> three under ten dollars. >> i think this one is from california. these are from italian. its great variety in suave.
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and pinot but it's softer and really nice. for nine dollars, this is fantastic for mom. this one a little bit sweeter and a little bit softer. this one is $6, this one of the biggest trends. it's got a little bit of strawberry in there but it's very aromatic and soft acidity. it's a jacuzzi wine. >> clayton: on a warm day. that is great. >> if you want to go up into some of the other whites. they like their chardonay. >> clayton: my mother loves chardonay. >> it's apple and vanilla and spice and full bodied wine. it's $23 per bottle.
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this is the future of this nation. >> alisyn: who that girl. >> clayton: wait until you hear what he is saying after getting so much attention. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ there will be days like this ♪ my mother said >> alisyn: thank 1-800-flowers for helping our settle. >> you have been re-gifting me all morning. >> on this we have a mother on the set. alisyn camerota. >> i will serve as your expert
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all things maternal today. [ laughter ] thank you very much. >> what do moms want? >> massage, flowers, free time, sure. a little champagne doesn't hurt. >> it's in never going to happen today. they want you to get up a at 3:00 in the morning and go to work. >> tucker: a week of information about the benghazi scandal and one of central questions remain unanswered. who gave the order for u.s. troops, special forces stationed around the mediterranean to stand down as four of their comrades, four fellow americans were murdered at the benghazi consulate? special forces were told not to move. why is that. >> clayton: for confection, let's look back. congressman jason khia fets, we know one of whistleblowers who was on the phone with ambassador
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stevens when those there were asking for help. >> were any of these u.s. personnel not permitted to travel on relief mission to benghazi? >> they were not authorized to travel. >> what happened with those personnel? >> they remained in tripoli with us. the medic with the nurse to the hospital and his skills to the treatment and care of our wounded. >> how did the personnel react to being told to stand down? >> they were furious. i can only say -- well, i will quote lieutenant colonel gibson. he said this is the first time in my career that a diplomat has more balls than somebody in the military. >> alisyn: shocking rel revelation at the hearings because either we don't have contingency plans in place. i think it's america's
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assumption that the reason we have military stationed around the world is for events like this. that when something terrible is going down that we in a moment's notice can at least attempt a rescue of our fellow americans. >> tucker: something unfolds, that is like the korean peninsula we have troops positioned there so a moments in notice, a delta force of military can swoop in a moments in notice, fly out of north africa africa. that order was never given. >> alisyn: we still don't know if we are incapable of it or intentionally told not to move and not to make it there. >> and we have a right to know. the families of those men who were murdered. yesterday, nancy pelosi said why are we still talking about this benghazi thing. i think a roadblock for people who are making that case is gregg hicks whose testimony you just saw. we reported yesterday that gregg
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hicks is not a political person. he is not a right winger. he is a registered democrat that voted for hillary in the primary and obama twice. it adds credibility to his testimony. there is no way i can write him as an activist or tea party guy. he is career military guy. >> alisyn: all the military efforts experts we have had on, maybe the air ships weren't ready to go somehow and change the course of events over those seven and a half hours. why didn't we even try? here is the general on the show last night. >> the order to actually engage troops in a rescue operation has to come from the president unless its military facility. then the commander has certain authorities, but it has to come from the president to put troops in harm's way. now, in that case because we don't know enough of the details that could have come from the
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commander of the africa command that told them to stand down. play that all the way out. who told them not to allow that. when you are under attack, we are going to be there. that was the whole point of it. so to say that we didn't know enough -- i don't buy that. i think that is incredible and i think somebody needs to task over that. >> the question still unanswered as to what the president was doing that evening. we don't know minute by minute accounting of where the president was, what sort of phone calls he was taking. we certainly know every moment as the president was dealing with the osama bin laden raid. all the photos, all of the testimony, the minute by minute accounting of how it unfolded in pakistan. >> alisyn: and committee got closer on wednesday when they said they tried to get to the bottom of who gave the order to stand down. i think it was gregory hicks it was africom.
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we need to know a name. we need to know who the commander, who said in africom or who told africom to stand down. this is why it's good to have journalists do the questioning. >> tucker: in the end, congress can force the answers to these questions and speaker boehner is coming under intense pressure in his own caucus on the hill to take charge and get more aggressive on benghazi. >> alisyn: meanwhile, headlines with for. there was intense standoff over 36 hours and it is finally over in new jersey. three children held hostage by a gunman are safety hour. the man barricaded himself after he reportedly killed a woman and one of her children. a press conference is expected
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later this morning. >> new questions whether we missed clues on ariel castro. two brothers say ten years ago they saw gina dejesus moments before she vanished. they say they called police to report a man in a gray suv with a license plate talking to her. but they say there is no record of that call. meanwhile, they boarded up the house to protect evidence. >> two crew members complete a spacewalk to fix an ammonia leak. ammonia flakes were seen floating outside the space station. they determined it was coming from a system pump. ammonia is used to regulated temperature and provide electricity to the space station. >> one teenager getting the royal treatment when he is crowned prom king.
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♪ [ applause ] >> taking home the title in a landslide. the high school junior from wisconsin has down's syndrome. mom says she is thrilled that her son is so well-liked by students and teachers. >> it validates how far he has come along and all the children here. >> he will add to another round his selection next year at senior prom. he a sharp dresser, as well. some of the other guys were in blue tuxes. >> let's check in with rick riechmuth. some of these massive storms. >> big storms, near new york city, these trees south end, witnesses say they saw the storm moving in very quickly. rain and hail, luckily no one
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was injured as the trees toppled over. a lot of people came outside. a lot of people have been caught in the downpours and trees going down very dangerous. much improved conditions across the country. temperatures cooler behind the storm. cold in parts of michigan and wisconsin today. we've been very cold across the plains. we showed you ice in areas of minnesota. take a look what is about to happen. 90 degrees high on tuesday in minneapolis. opposite side is the cold air is moving toward the east. get ready for freeze warnings and wafs in effect all the way down to tennessee and southern appalachians. by tuesday morning, lows in the 20s and 30s. so the cold air is back with us unfortunately.
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>> how is this for getting what you want out of your high school system. a student, he is tired of the way the educational system is unfolding. he is a little upset because the teacher comes in and hands papers to them and really doesn't have an interaction and fire in the belly to want to teach them. so he whips out a cellphone and he goes on a rant. this video has gone viral. take a look. >> if you just teach them, you know the kids who don't learn, this need learn face to face. no, i'm telling what need to do. you want kids to come to class and get excited. you have to come in here and make them excited. to do better you have to touch their friggin heart.
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you have to take this job serious. this is the future of the nation. you come in here and make a statement about this is not serious but, indeed, it is. this is my country and my education. this is walking argument for corporal punishment. i feel like taking my belt off. i agree with his message to deliver it in totally arrogant, annoying way that he does. the hand gestures he can barely speak english. you are convincing nobody except me i smack you around. >> he coordinated with another student. i'm going to walk up in front of the classroom. have a conversation with principal to do this zbloolts so we take away the performance. none of you are respecting the
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performance art in this. this is sill oh question he is doing. i'm sure for the first they woke up for a second. to hear him doing this. its gutsy move. do you think he got the teacher's attention. >> hey, shut up. he says he doesn't regret it. he said afterwards, over the past years, the educational system is failing. if we don't face it. we will have the same approximate and i believe someone needed to say that. >> tucker: i'm living proof that students learn nothing. [ laughter ] >> alisyn: he should get a position on the school board. you can find us on on twitter. >> tucker: the irs targeting conservatives? yes, they have and they lied about it to congress. why are they still employed?
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>> zbloolgs we are now learning the irs is targeting conservative political groups as early as 2011 but the question remains whose idea was it to single out tea party in the first place. scotty is a news director and she has worked for organizations
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that have come under irs scrutiny? >> happy mother's day. >> alisyn: how did your news network figure out that the conservative groups were being targeted? >> our sister organization has been probably one of the most high priority organizations targeted by the irs for the last three years. they have gone through process of applying for 501 c status and asked for donor lists to every email sent by any employees. we know there was something going on but we are law abiding citizens so we went along with the process. >> alisyn: so as long ago as three years ago something was fishy. did you try to shed light on this? >> we did. the first round of questions, we expected that. we knew that most tea party
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organizations know that you are going properly vetted. but irs asked for lists. we started talking about organizations, we knew something was going on. there was a couple red flags raised. thirds round came, probably about six months to a year ago where they asked for every email every social media, everything the tea party.net had written out to any of the donor lists or to anybody that signed up for emails. at that point we know there was definitely an issue. like i said, who would have thought that the united states government would target their own people. >> alisyn: and your example highlights what the irs is attempting to do makes the process much more burdensome for tea party organizations than for any other organization to gain that charitable status. is it your impression this is a group of handful of low level people but do you think it went
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higher and supervisors were in on it? >> we have seen scandal after scandal in the obama administration where the buck stops at the front door of the oval office. i think especially if i look a year ago you had seven senators calling for the irs to investigate organizations like the tea party. when you have chuck schumer has the largest dog of the seven and others were lesser senators you know they are basically taking the fall for a lot of other senators that called for this action. >> alisyn: thanks for sharing your experience with this. this is story that is not going anytime soon away anytime soon. thanks so much. >> they lost their son when a helicopter carrying navy seals was shot down in 2011 but they still don't have the answers they want. they say they are sick of waiting. >> u.s. government and many high ranking military people own more
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credit for the shoot-down than the taliban. >> alisyn: we will hear from them next. come here, boy.
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>> after the raid that took out osama bin laden in 2011, seal team six became very well known for that heroic mission, tragically three months later a helicopter was taken down in afghanistan and everyone was killed. last week family members asked the administration for answers. >> u.s. government and many high ranking military people owe more
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credit for the shoot down than the taliban. >> because pre-assault fire damages our efforts to win the hearts and minds of our enemy. so in other words, the hearts and minds of our enemy are more valuable to this government than my son's blood. >> tucker: parents of field team six aaron vaughn that was killed in that mission join us now. thank you for what your son did and we are heartbroken and grieving with you especially on this mother's day. i'm really sorry about this. >> thank you very much. >> tucker: the investigation into this is not complete. you cannot get answers about what exactly happened and why. tell us. >> tucker, i might say first, this is completely past anything we've is said. yesterday afternoon, another
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father, john branard asked me to speak this morning on behalf of him and his family about the death of his son, captain john randall branard the third who was shot down in afghanistan in a helicopter crash. he, too, is waiting on the truth from u.s. government. they have told him that they will come forward with the truth, but at this point he is still waiting. also, you need to know that other parents besides the four that stood the other day are supporting us and agree with us and waiting on answers. one thing that i want to say right up front, i understand their reluctance to come forward with the answers because it's going to be embarrassing at best. one answer they can come forth with right now, is on thursday, we exposed the video of the
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ceremony at bagram air base. the parents' beef is not with islam or with the imam who prayed. it is with the united states government and the people in the military who allowed this. so far, since thursday, there has been no statement from the white house or from the pentagon. an apology. it's too late for an apology. now, what i would like you do as commander in chief, i would like you to step forward, be a man and defend the policy in this united states government that allowed the body of a slain warrior to be desecrated and allows the god of abraham, isaac and jacob to be mocked. that is the god of our family. we want you to step forward and we want that person who allowed
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that policy or where that policy comes from to defend it. please do that. just as you did, just as you showed outrage when the korans were burned. just as this administration made sure to show the american people how much you honored osama bin laden's body. tell us why you didn't do it for slain american warriors. >> tucker: it would be interesting to know why an imam was there in the first place. you say in the aftermath of the aforementioned death of osama bin laden, seal team six was supposed to be classified. it was publicized. obama people thought it was to their advantage to talk up seal team six. you believe that it put your son and his comrades at mortal risk. >> we know it did.
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within 24 hours joe biden outed the navy seals. get everything off of it. his voice was very nervous. what is going on. he said, mom, listen there is chatter and all of our lives are in danger including yours. we absolutely know they put a target on our son's back. we know a lot of things happening in afghanistan where we have evidence this team was being sought after. more evidence is coming out every day when it's released they killed the most high ranking figure in al-qaeda's history. >> tucker: and for political ely.ons? >> tucker: to win votes. is it your understanding that other members of seal team six were as outraged and afraid of the ramifications of this publicity? >> tucker, there is video of secretary of defense robert
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gates making that statement. that special ops were worried for safety of their families. i want the american people to know before benghazi there was extortion. these are tied together and all the things going on in our military. there is more in common than many of us realize. also, tucker, i want to thank the families that have come forward since the press conference and beginning to say things and people who wanted to talk to us. i also want to thank you for your thoughts for allowing the families of american military sons and daughters to have a voice to speak. we're small. we can't get our voice out unless people ask us and bring us forward. >> tucker: i can promise you will always have a voice here.
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♪ ♪ all right, it's mother's day. we are celebrating in a big way. we of have asked members of staff, producers and writers to give us photos with their moms. here is kelly kramer and her mom
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sue. >> alisyn: and producer laurie weiner and her mom, linda. very glamorous shot. >> and his mom wendy. >> alisyn: also glamorous ladies. >> and meteorologist maria molina and her mom. happy mother's day, as well. who was that. >> alisyn: now, we are joined by a special guest. tucker's mom patricia on the phone. good morning. >> tucker: hey mom, happy mother's day. >> see you later though. >> alisyn: look at that picture. i know that expression. >> tucker: smiling without teeth, i will be back in washington tonight. i can't wait. >> what was tucker like as a
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child? >> he was funny and very smart. loved to read. witty and he a natural leader. >> alisyn: interesting. this is something you told us, he had long hair in high school. he was not the most obedient student. how obnoxious was he as a teenager? >> he wasn't really obnoxious. really he wasn't. i promise you. >> tucker: you have a selective memory which i love. thank you very much for whitewashing. >> but i do have a few stories. >> alisyn: we have a lot of time. go ahead. most embarrassing. >> okay. he had a called the king cobra club. i don't know because girls weren't allowed. >> tucker: the king cobra club. is this karate kid related.
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>> maybe. >> no martial arts? >> but it was across the street from the beak and they would all go off to the beach. >> alisyn: we can only hazard a guess. go off total beach. >> tucker: thank you mom for revealing that. i appreciate it. >> i'm sure you do. [ laughter ] >> alisyn: great to talk to you. thanks for calling in. have a wonderful mother's day and visit soon here. >> that would be great. >> tucker: i can't wait to see you tonight. >> me, too, tucker. >> alisyn: she is a good mom. >> tucker: honestly, one of nicest people in the world. i know everyone says that, it's the truth here is another nice person, rick riechmuth. >> we have for years have been meeting clayton and alisyn's
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mom. >> tucker: i had no idea this was a fox and friends tradition. >> alisyn: i like it. >> we have some rain starting across parts the coastline across the northeast but it will be out before you go out to breakfast. go out to plains. take a look what happens. here is your temperatures today. starting to see a warmup and bam 93 in kansas city tomorrow and up to 935, lincoln is 94 and minneapolis, 90, a big warmup across the east. that cold air has to go somewhere. buffalo today only getting to 48 degrees. we're going to be seeing a few snow flurries around upstate new york. it will be breezy at times for your day today. cold front is moving through a
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few showers from the cold front in towards florida. aside from that, it will be a nice day. tons of sunshine across the south but cool even for nashville at 64. into the northern plains, cooler air across the great lakes. warmer air starting to build in the high plains. then seeing the triple-digits move into southern california and arizona. 101 in fresno. all right, guys. >> clayton: we continue to celebrate the special women in our lives. on faith and family on mother's day. who better to join us than the man beside us religion contractor, father jonathan. >> alisyn: we know that mother's day was not in the bible? >> you know what, there are a lot of mothers in the bible. when you think about motherhood in relationship to spiritual, you think of the person you can trust, right.
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person that is almost made for love. john paul ii talked about not only catholics but none catholics that came to love. polish pope who was known around the world as someone who just loved people so much. he tells about the feminine genius. the feminine genius, able to multi-task and wonderful intuition. and he talked about it as the ability to love in a very special way. he said you can even see as a woman in her own body there is room for another, room for another. that is what we're all called to live to have in our heart for room for another. mothers in a special way are god like, are godly because they have room for another.
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that is why i love my mom so much. >> clayton: something that moms do, sometimes we become selfish but my wife had our children, it's like a biological innateness to be selfless. men don't necessarily understand that but women have a natural ability to be selfless and loving. >> simply in front of your wife, you struggle but you get to it. >> i hope to be there. she is an inspiration. >> you are absolutely right. that selflessness, i'm going to live for another. there is a picture of my mom. i'm not sure if it is here with my niece. that is my niece should her first communion i was not there.
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[ laughter ] >> mom i love you so much. you know the fact that the moms as you say clayton, natural i will live for another person. that is something we are all supposed be doing. on mother's day, we recognize somebody does it. absolutely. >> alisyn: good reminder. she is in charge of putting obamacare into place but a new report says kathleen sebelius is soliciting money to support obamacare and in doing so she could be breaking the law. >> alisyn: plus cellphone is more distracting when you drive. your kids. we'll explain. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪. ♪ vice
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be the worse distraction. it's 12 times more distracting than talking on the cellphone. the average parent takes their eyes off the road for 3 minutes and 22 seconds, i hope not at all once. >> my son says, can i read this to me. no, i'm driving. [ laughter ] >> what are you doing anyway. the obama administration is making a strong fund-raising push to support obamacare but have they gone too far? one tennessee republican says they have gone way too far. peter doocy joins us live from washington with the latest. >> reporter: if the 30 million americans without health insurance don't know about the affordable care act and how to sign up for it, obamacare will fail. so, a story in "washington post" says since the one dollar budgeted for implemented
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obamacare is the fraction of $35-10 billion they need to do that. kathleen sebelius has been picking up the phone multiple times in the last three months to tell the executives that run health insurance companies as well as community and church leaders that they should donate cash to nonprofit groups that are trying to round up uninsured insured americans and sign them up. a senator, republican from tennessee, that might be illegal and such private fund-raising circumvents the constitutional requirement that only congress may appropriate funds if the secretary or other others in her department or closely coordinating the activity of enroll america that is headed by a former white house aide, those actions may be in violation. a spokesman told the "washington post" that kathleen sebelius was not ordering leaders of industry to donate money just do do whatever they could to help.
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but someone with knowledge disagrees and tells the "washington post" that kathleen sebelius was clearly suggesting that they should break out checkbooks to help the affordable care act. >> alisyn: dangling the edge off disaster a neighborhood is slowly sinking away. what is being to stop it. >> did you remember to get your mother a gift. it's never too late. there is an instant gift ideas you can get today, right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ my name is lisa and i'm here in kandahar, afghanistan, i want to wish my mom a happy mother's day to let you know you are taking care of my puppy and i'm
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mother's day and if you are learning and shocked by the news and you haven't bought a present don't worry, we're coming to rescue with great gift ideas perfect for any mom. >> joining us is the author of the mom 100 and mother herself. nice to see you katie. let's be honest we wait until the last minute and we panic. some of us. there are things you can buy right now. you start out by using facebook? >> you can get so many different things there. if your mom is on facebook and most of our moms are these days,
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facebook has a great gift shop. you get taken to a space where you can choose categories like home or wine or style and you can get champagne or gift cards. i'm hoping for the jennie's ice cream. they have incredible flavors. what happens is you buy the gift. it gets sent to your mom on facebook and decision to keep it private or showing off her friends that her fabulous son gave it to her on the facebook. you get the physical gift but they notify the gift is coming. you can give it instantly and it happens right away. >> all these over in the corner are from facebook? >> right. >> these are from hotel?
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>> i'm going return them after the segment. what lowe's does they have a new thing, mommy, a getaway for a new mom. breakfast in bed and no wake-up call policy which is probably the best part. wine and cheese and breakfast in bed and you get a one day. only hard part is you have to get someone to take care of your new baby. >> i love this new idea. creating digitally that people can watch repeatedly. its photo album you can create. how does this work? >> you go to shutter fly and you get pictures of your mom and pictures and take small pictures and pick a style and it creates a video and you attach music to it. it isn't a last minute thing to do but it's really easy. >> $3.99 per video.
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>> moms want chocolate or not? >> i heard rumors they dough. there hasn't been any statistical work done, but i believe it's true. >> and also moms love to get out of kitchen and have someone else cook the meal. you have recipes that people can go and make for mother's day, a little breakfast in bed or dinner tonight? >> exactly. there is a mom 100.com you can go incidentally so you can get recipes and hopefully the mom is still sleeping and hopefully the dad or spouse or the significant other is not. so recipes like popovers and granola. breakfast in bed. my excellent children left me the apple cake. in addition to the breakfast in bed you can go to feeding
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>>. >> alisyn: good morning, today is sunday, may 12th, happy mother's day, i'm alisyn camerota. thanks for joining us new details that the irs has been targeting conservative groups like the tea party longer than originally thought. all the way back to 2011 and why are they just now apologizing. >> tucker: more questions come up. who did the orders to stand down in the benghazi attack that left this mother without her son. >> i wanted to wish hillary a happy mother's day. she has her child. i don't have mine because of her. >> tucker: more from sean
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smith's mother. >> clayton: once the most popular haircut in america but now we know the rachel worn by jennifer aniston could have been a mistake. "fox and friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bill witherspoon, a generous, bill withers but happy mother's day. and your day will start off great as mother's day. happy mother's day. >> alisyn: thank you very much. we're spending it with you. >> alisyn: you are spending
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brunch time with me. >> all right, let's get to news, we were telling you that it appears the irs is confirmation targeted conservative groups like the tea party over other groups. they made it much more burdensome when tea party organizations wanted to form a charitable organization. irs made the paperwork the legal things so much harder for anybody that this trearp or patriot in their name. now, we are learning it may have gone on longer and gone up higher. >> tucker: since 2001 they were targeting the political enemies of president obama. there were complaints about this. tea party groups and conservative groups went to their members of congress we are getting yanked around by the irs
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and there was hearing on this in 2011 in 201 house, i was and means committee held a hearings and douglas shulman was asked if this is true. he said this -- there is absolutely no targeting. this is the kind of back and forth that happens to people. it turns out that is flat out lie. it was known within the irs at high levels this was going on and commissioner said it wasn't. >> clayton: further these groups raises the question there could be a class action lawsuit. all these groups know they have been targeted specifically and preventing from getting a 503 status. they say they lied before congress and they lied again yesterday when they admitted to these wrongdoings. we must know how many more lies they have been telling and how high up the chain the cover-up goes. we talked yesterday.
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it sounds like a brad thor washington, d.c. political thriller novel that this could happen. the fact that it is happening. >> tucker: you are not allowed to use irs to crush political enemies. richard nixon did it and he was forced to leave office in 1974. it's against rule of law itself, we are going to be treated equally by our government. >> alisyn: but we don't know exactly how high it went. at first we thought it was a handful of people. i believe the since national ti office was doing it. then we found out as early as 2011, lois lerner who heads up the division that oversees tax exempt status she was aware some of these lower levels employees were doing it and he is with tea party newsletter, they have been aware of it for at least three
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years. >> it's the high priority organizations targeted by the irs for the last three years. they asked for every email, over social media. everything that tea party had written out on donor list or anybody that signed up for emails. we knew there was an issue. like i said who would thought that the united states government would target their own people? >> clayton: we will continue to follow that story. we have following at fox news the story in benghazi, an update this morning. you would assume to get more answers, the attorney general and the administration would maybe wanted to appoint a special prosecutor to look more deeply into this. we now know that eric holder, they are not planning appointing any special prosecutor. now, speaker boehner is under enormous pressure from republican colleagues to appoint a special committee. >> tucker: i think it's fine
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with many members of republican congress that the attorney general does not appoint a special prosecutor. they don't trust obama administration to appoint a prosecutor that is tough and fair. that is how broken in the washington. and with stories with the irs scandal, it's not surprising. >> alisyn: as you remember, i can't remember when she first appeared. when hillary clinton appeared in congress to answer questions about benghazi, she said one particular quote that many people got on. what does it matter what you call it, who what does it matter who was responsible who was killing our americans. let's remind you what she said. >> the fact is we had four dead americans whether it is a protest or guys out for a walk decided to kill americans. what difference at this point does it make. >> tucker: it makes a lot of difference to the families of
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survivors and to a lot of other people that it's important to bring the perpetrators to justice. there is not a single person in custody. pat smith the mother of one who was killed had this message. >> i want to wish hillary a happy mother's day. she has her child, i don't have mine because of her. i know they felt bad. i could feel it. i could feel how they felt. that is how i felt, too. but the government doesn't care. they don't care about us people at all. all they have to do is tell me what happened and i would have gone away. but they didn't even bother. i was an unimportant person. now i'm an unimportant person that doesn't have a child for mother's day. i feel it so deeply. they cannot understand how i feel. >> alisyn: that is heartbreaking to hear on mother's day.
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obviously the victims' families want more answers. apparently and now that the whistleblowers have testified it does seem like more and more information is coming out every day on this. let's hope they get answers. >> alisyn: meanwhile, more to tell you about, overnight a standoff with a gunman holding three children in hostage in new jersey have finally ended. police say all three of those children are safe but the man barricaded himself after he repeatedly killed a woman and her child. a press conference is expected two hours from now. growing concern in a northern california town of lake port. hillside under the entire community is sinking. look at this house is dancing on the edge. so far eight homes had to be evacuated and ten others are in danger right now. >> we've always loved it up here. it's just devastating.
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all of this has been happening within two months. we're trying to stay optimistic. >> alisyn: engineers believe water that has bubbled to the surface is playing a role. a burglar stole everything from a florida family's garage and decided to give it all back? a security camera caught him loading up his truck with family's belongings. they were trying to track it down. yesterday he returned to the home. >> i saw the guy from the footage putting back over my wall from the front yard all the stuff that he took last week. >> alisyn: not only did he put everything back he also threw in an extra $50 and high wrote a note. in his note the man said he not the home was empty. he apologized. that is wonderful story.
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>> that is not how i thought that story was going to end. [ laughter ] mother nature putting a show. in the early evening you will be able to see crescent moon and jupiter, if you are an astronomy buff like me. it will be near the moon. if you have an open horizon you should be able to spotted venus which is low hanging planet on the horizon. it will be underneath the moon, you get to see venus, jupiter and moon all in one swoop. let's check in with rick to see if it is going to be clear. >> it is going to be clear. i got some things on twitter that i didn't recognize. planets do not twinkle. >> it's something we learned as a kid. come on, fair enough.
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and it's cool across the northern plains. go itself doing warm up very quickly and we'll be up in 80s. rain hugging coast around the mid-atlantic and boston area. we're going to see rain showers throughout the parts today. rest of country we're going to see tons of sunshine except right across coastal areas of the state of washington. that is the only spot where we see significant rain. in ex few days we'll see more rain. this is the front. it will move out throughout the day toed. it will breezy and you see this white flying around tonight and into tomorrow morning. a few snow flurries in upstate new york and so the cold air will be in place, cold enough go but tonight temperatures will be dropping in the 30s across the interior sections and a big area has all kind of freeze advisories, warnings through parts of tennessee tonight into
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tomorrow morning, temperatures in the 20s and same goes for monday night into tuesday morning. back to you. >> alisyn: you just missed a fantastic cosmic explanation that clayton has been revealing. i said why don't planets twinkle? >> i said because planets reflect light. they don't give off light. stars give off light. they are suns. >> alisyn: who are you? >> clayton: as you eyes get older. cataracts i can't see them anymore. >> irs targeting conservatives. they have been doing it since 2011 but no one has been fired. why? chris wallace is here to weigh in on that. >> alisyn: he may fire us. >> and this animal doesn't want to do with the outdoors and why he is insisting to stay inside. ♪ ♪ ♪
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irs is under fire for targeting the political enemies of president obama and then lying to congress about it. >> clayton: the agency apologized for that raising groups but officials knew about
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it as early as 2011. also here to weigh in is chris wallace. how big a deal is this? >> it's a big deal. i will tell you, it's a big deal among other reasons because it crosses party lines we saw rough editorials, not only the "wall street journal" but in the generally liberal "washington post." remember during watergate, one of the great concerns that president nixon had used the irs for political purposes. this crosses party lines, all sides are afraid of the idea and certainly no indication at this point that the white house was involved in this, but the idea that the irs is using police powers for political purposes. >> clayton: you better watch yourself with tough questions on fox news sunday. you may end up being audited as a result of it. you have to watch yourself? >> let me say that is why -- i
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think i'm safe. in any case, i'm careful on my returns. i don't take any deductions that i'm not entirely sure of. >> clayton: this is the question. these political opponents, just the cincinnati office with some lower level folks in the cincinnati office. do we have a sense of where it is going? could it blow up if it goes up higher? >> it could but we don't know. when the story originally came out on friday it was a mid-level irs manager the person in charge of the tax exempt applications who said she had found out that her staff that it was last year in 2012. the inspector general is going to come out with a report this week that indicates she first learned about in june of 2011. she said she then ordered there
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be an end be put to this immediately. in 2012 a number of conservative groups, tea party groups were still getting intrusive demands from the irs for information that they shouldn't have had to employ like their donors because the fact they were tea party or patriot organizations. we know that later in the spring of 2012, then irs commissioner shulman denied there was any political ramifications. it certainly was wrong but whether or not he knew and whether or not he knew about the policy. >> who is on show this morning? >> we will be talking about this and then talking about benghazi which, of course, is blown up with all the indications that the talking points were politically scrubbed by the state department and white house in the days after the 9/11 attack. we'll be talking to the chairman of house intelligence committee, mike rogers and top democrat on the house armed services
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committee, adam smith. then in a change of pace we'll talk to the comeback kid, mark sanford in a involved in a messy political scandal. now, he has just been re-elected to the house. we'll have the first sunday show interview with him. >> tucker: that sounds like an excellent show. >> thank you and no targeting on this show. [ laughter ] >> watch those deductions zbloolts known for his ways, why did richard branson switch out for a suit and for a skirted and makeup. >> did your mom ever tell you don't at the time too close to the television because it will hurt your eyes? that is coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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we're spending a portion of mother's whether your mom has lied to you all these years. shedding medical advice your mom may have given you. doctor, thank you for joining us. so don't get too close to the television, don't put your face right up to it because it will hurt you? >> that is and old wive's tale, because in 1950s and '60s they said it was bad to sit in front of the television. because older televisions used
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to emit x-rays. with modern television we have shielding that protect. >> tucker: there is less uranium in the television now? >> right. [ laughter ] >> but if a child is very close to the television you may have to think if the child needs glasses. and recent studies looked at children and looked at waist circumference. by the time they are age ten they have an extra seven centimeters on the waistline. it may not be bad for the eyes but it is increased health risks >> here a myth, maybe not a myth. mom has said this. hair grows back thicker after you shave it. now, i ask you this because my daughter just turned one. my wife wanted to share her head. you are little girl because shave your head because your hair will grow back thicker.
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she is watching right now. is this a myth? >> what we do know that is definitely a myth. the hair grows in the follicle. there is nothing you can do to affect what is going on deep down in the follicle. the reason this is myth and the reason why people think there is some truth when you shave you shave off the top of hair so it seems thicker but it's not actually true. >> so you are sitting in your restaurant and you you don't want to put it under table and you swallow and your mom that will remain for in your stomach or decades? >> that not true. the problem with chewing gum, it's not usually digestible. it will pass through you. it doesn't cause problems. except for a few rare ports,
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they swallowed coins and cogeth. >> tucker: what about coins? >> coins are not good. going back to chewing gum. there are studies in my specialty in neurology where major surgery, the risks of major surgery can be reduced by chewing gum. it helps a medical benefits. >> interesting. i'm not sure i want to know all about that. doctor, thank you very much. nice to see you. >> we started up a firestorm at home. coming up she may say she wants it. don't buy it. we hope you didn't get these gifts for your mother. >> and this panda doesn't want to do anything with the outdoors. why he is insisting to stay inside and these workers are trying to keep him outside. come on, get some somehow, get
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happy mother's day morning. here is some of our great staff members that put on our show. this lindsay and her mother marilyn. she is hard worker. >> alisyn: so is megyn mcdonald. see her and her mom anna. hello, ladies, look very glamorous there. >> here is gretchen carlson and her mom. >> look how great they look. >> and working in our green room to make sure our guests are out here. >> and our writer and mom, anne marie. >> i really apologize. we played a back street boys. i apologize. >> we've taken steps to fix this
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[ laughter ] meanwhile, we have a woman that perhaps need no introduction she delivered this incredible woman to us. ali's mom elaine is on the phone. >> alisyn: hi, mom? >> happy mother's day. >> happy mother's day to you, too. when you came to visit the green room. you looked great. how is your mother's day going? >> wonderfully. >> alisyn: did you get the present? >> i did. >> ali doesn't know how to use the phone. >> alisyn: neither does my mother. you should see my mom. i'm hearing a beeping right now. hello, hello. these are the messages i get from my mother. you can you tell us what the
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present was? >> what? >> tucker: what the present was? >> oh, the present is a gift certificate for a salon. >> alisyn: a facial. >> tucker: that nice. i will foist this question the way. >> clayton: don't lead the with it. how difficult was it to raise alisyn? >> not difficult at all. >> alisyn: my mother has selective memory. that is the best quality. >> i mean, come on. >> who had rods and rock and roll boys. [ laughter ] >> was there any problems? >> i gave alisyn some advice when she had parties, no dead bodies and no police at the door. >> oh, low standards. >> alisyn: i couldn't deliver both of those at the same time.
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look away. look away. >> while the police are pulling up. how will you spending mother's day? >> if the weather cooperates. >> alisyn: i love that about my childhood. we had a garden out back. can you pick up stuff for the salad. i would go out and pick lettuce and bring stuff in the house. >> do you cook? >> alisyn: great cook. >> alisyn doesn't have time. she is good cook. my husband and i cook together. >> no police at the door. i am going to put that on my refrigerator. >> alisyn: enjoy your facial. talk to you later. >> happy mother's day to everybody. >> glad to meet you. >> alisyn: thanks for calling her. it's time to talk to my mom.
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check with rick riechmuth. will she be able to go out and garden this week? >> isn't that nice how long term memories forget bad things? i have heard alisyn's stories of adolescence and i know it wasn't as nice as your mom was saying. >> alisyn: thanks for bringing reality back to the show? >> that is what i do. here is your hour by hour for the day. this is where we are right now. you see that cool patch of air across parts of northern plains. throughout the day today we're going to see a nice warmup across the high plains, rapid city getting around to 72 degrees. we're going to remain cold around the great lakes. if you take your mom out for dinner you will fine in parts of west but a breezy and cool evening around the great lakes and into the northeast and parts of the tennessee valley tonight. get ready.
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put on a coat unfortunately. here is the forecast, a few lingering showers along the coast. towards boston and out towards cape cod towards the outer banks. a few leftover showers around florida. a lot of sunshine around the south. not humid behind the cold front. western side of the picture, great lakes remaining cool and out across the west, back in the triple-digits in arizona and california. back to you inside. also here the headlines. did police in cleveland miss key clues about ariel castro, the man charged with kidnapping and raping three women in his house of horrors? two brothers say that ten years ago they saw gina dejesus moments before she vanished. they say they called police to report a man in a gray suv with
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the license plate talking to her but police say there is no record of that call. richard branson is famous for wild publicity stunts. virgin group founder told about air asia. >> i was going to beat him. i look very sexy in a dress. >> how are your legs for a flight attendant? >> legs will have to be properly shaved. >> shaved? [ laughter ] >> alisyn: branson finally honored his bet serving as flight attendant on an air flight to asia. he even squeeze in order a red skirt that is very disturbing that shot.
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this panda, a panda cub, he is an indoor panda. he does everything he can to get back in his cage. he grabs holds of his keeper's legs. finally they convince him a little sunlight would be good for him. greatest. i want a panda, can you buy one? >> they will are adorable. they will rip your head over. >> let's talk about this. we have been gifts to get your most of. we showed some gadgets yesterday but there are some things she doesn't want. she may pretend like she does but she may end up looking like this. take a look. >> yellow pants? are you kidding me? i told you what i wanted.
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i told you exactly what i wanted. i told all of you. >> all right. you haven't tried them on yet. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> hey! kind of hot. >> alisyn: do not get your mom yellow pants. >> they also say don't get her vacuum cleaners. >> we don't need appliance. >> pajama bottoms. >> alisyn: i told my husband i wanted pajamas. they said pajama bottoms should never you can get her night gown or something cute like could the than pajama tops. she is probably playing a trick on you.
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[ laughter ] don't make the mistake of gag workout video or any kind of a dieting book. your wife may say, yeah, i want to get in shape. don't balance it out with a gift that encourages it because it will make seem you think he is overweight zbloolts don't get her something like you want like a flat screen tv. >> i get jewelry for every holiday, birthday, anniversary, you cannot go wrong. >> alisyn: i agree. use that rule for your co-anchor as well. [ laughter ] >> my ring size is 12. >> next up on the show, white house continues to blame benghazi gate on the c.i.a. should they really take the fall. former operative weighs in on.
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crop up. >> why does the white house continue to blame the changed talking points on the c.i.a.? here to respond to that is mike baker a former c.i.a. operations officer. mike, thanks for joining us. if you can clarify to set the record straight. white house is saying it was out of their hands, c.i.a. changed the talking points and they were in charge of public relations aspect of that. true? >> yeah. what they want us to say is the white house talking points, the talking points that the white house used to explain the position on any particular matter of concern or situation somehow aren't driven by the white house. in this case, what they have been trying to say the c.i.a. is driving the train. or the state department. that is fallback position now. okay, whatever they give us we read.
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if jay carney and president obama and others are to be believed, white house is nothing more than a mouthpiece for the c.i.a. and/or the state department. >> alisyn: we do know now as a result of this week that the state department did change the c.i.a. talking points, original c.i.a. talking points had a half of dozen references to an an al-qaeda or an affiliated group. they expunged references to al-qaeda. is there often this sort of fight between state department and c.i.a. where they both take a crack at talking points? >> it's not easily a fight but a collaborative process. another the behest of whatever administration is in charge. because the white house, they are the owners of the talking points. they are the ones that have to go out there, whether it was the ambassador susan rice or whatever the situation is, they
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are talking points. so the c.i.a. is basically what they always are, an objective analysis and collection point for intelligence. for months and months before the attack, they were report becoming a deteriorating security situation. they were reporting on the numerous attacks that had taken place on the various entities and organizations that were leaving benghazi because of that problem, about al-qaeda and sharia, about surveillance of the benghazi facilities. they were reporting all this. when they put that in original talking points, the white house looked at it, this doesn't fit our narrative. go back and do it again. they directed that through the state department. i suspect what is going to happen, state department is going to be, i think, the fallback and they will be tossed under the bus.
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>> tucker: we know an official called victoria newland. if you were at c.i.a. and watched this happen and watched your data sub virtd, how would you feel? >> jump right in there and not possibly. reason why these revisions took place were purely for political reasons, right around the corner was national election. it's same way why military assets were not put up. the fear for something on the ground and the election was add right around the corner drove this entire process from the start of the attack all the way through. now, the white house wants to continue with the same thing. >> alisyn: thanks so much for being with us. >> tucker: not to send troops to rescue our men for political reasons, that is horrifying.
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texas teen thatn his teacher and the video went viral. >> you wanted kids to come to your class? you have to come in here and make them excited? you have to take this job serious. this is the future of this nation. >> tucker: wait until what you are hear saying now. >> alisyn: wait until you hear tucker's response. and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ [ merv ] mr. clean magic eraser extra power was three times faster on permanent marker. it looks like mr. clean has won everything. the cleaning games are finished? and so are we. [ male announcer ] clean more, work less, with the mr. clean magic eraser extra power. that work the way you wish they would. like a front-end loader you can detach from your seat? or a mower deck you just drive over
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>>. >> alisyn: we are honoring all moms on mother's day. let's not forget the women that play such an important role in the founding of our great country. founding mothers. how much do we know about them. >> tucker: jane hamilton is
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author of a new book. puts a little quiz to test our knowledge on these women. we're going to open ourselves up to the test. good morning. >> good morning. >> alisyn: we don't know much about the founding mothers? >> they didn't leave a paper tril as their husbands and sons. we don't know quite as much about them, but what we do know is really interesting and fascinating. that is why i like about to write about them. let's get started. all right. what did founding mother martha washington give us to show our independence from england. was it eating virginia ham, wearing clothing imported from england or riding in carriages. what do you think? >> i'm going to go with "b". >> that is "b". >> that is right. she loved clothes from england
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and encouraged other women to make their clothes, as well. and she also helped make shirts for soldiers. so that is significant. yes. next question. >> that is impressive is sounding mothers, abbey gail adams. >> shed is sktd her husband to do john adams when writing laws for america. "a", start a new holiday called mother's day. make her vice president, "b". or "c", remember the ladies? >> it was "c", remember the ladies. >> that is right. that is the famous quote. remember the ladies. we remember her because she said remember the ladies. >> alisyn: that is great. next question. >> now which founding mother was also a daughter-in-law to another founding mother. was it dolly madison, lisa adams
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or martha washington. >> alisyn: okay, i'm going to go with -- >> "a". >> i said "b". >> it's "b". louisa adams. she was married to john quincy adams who is considered the last founding father. that is the subject of my new book is louisa and john quincy adams. >> alisyn: obviously you need a fresher course on the founding mothers. >> and when you are daughter-in-law and cousin, it boggles my mind. >> math, i can't handle it. >> alisyn: we'll study it during a commercial. >> jane, that was great. >> happy mother's day. >> the white house pointing fingers in the benghazi blame game. who should take the fall? colonel a 58 an west is coming up. >> it only takes $2 and dream,
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good xdmorning, everyone. today is sunday, may 12xdth. happy mother's day. i'm ail sin camerota. more questions on the missteps and mishandledings of the bin ghazi attack. who is to blame for the security. former congressman weighs in. a high schooler takes the stand in defense of education. >> you want kids to come into your this is the future of this xd nation. >> it's gone viral. was he right to talk like this in class? >> we'll debate it. get the kids up.
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get them awake right now. time to party. the wiggles are live on fox and frien friends. if you happen to be visiting new york, come see us. >> and just to see there is a wigg wiggle. >> the wiggles, one of the most popular bands in the world. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ >> "one hot momma." appreciate that. oh, the song. happy birthday. thank to trace adkins for the songs and the beautiful flowers adorning our set. >> it is so much more cheerful
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here on mother's day. >> it is. >> everyone's in a great mood. >> is much more floral. >> on father's day, it smells like bacon. >> isn't that true? >> smells like meat. >> raw meat. >> smells like grilled meat. >> send us in your mother's day wishes and sent them to us on twitter. and photos. >> if you're in mid-town, feel free to come down for the wiggles dance party we'll have at the end of this hour. >> and we've been following this almost exclusively at fox news and now the other networks are comingñi to it at the end of th week once we had jay carney talking about it in the white house briefs room. and some things we still don't know, in fact, who gave the order for the u.s. troops to stand down. when state department worker gregory hicks was on the phone with ambassador stevens, they were having thesexd conversatio
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at the consulate. they said, look, we're under attack. we're under attack. is any coming to help us? who then gave the order to stand down and then not go forward with military personnel to stop this? >> on wednesday, hicks had a colloquy with a congressman on the hearing on the hill. greg hicks is not a political appointee, a state department employee and democrat who voted for obama twice and hillary clinton and yet he hasçó offere up theñi most powerful testimon so far abouíi theñi failures th led to theñrñi benghazi scandal. >> were any of these u.s. military personnel not allowed to travel on a rescue relief mission to benghazi? >> they were not authorized to travel. >> what happened with those personnel? >> they remained in tripoli with us. the medic went with the nurse to the hospital, in hisçó skills t.
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>> how did the personnel react to being told to stand down? >> they were furious. i can only say -- well, i will quote lieutenant colonel gibson. he said, this is the first time in my career a diplomat has more balls than somebody in the military. >> so tragic. keep in mind, there were camerar trained on that consulate. we have moving pictures of what happened there and theyñi were % being monitored by authorities and no one helped. >> the next question, of course, by the way should have been or is now today, who gave that order to stand down? who was it that said, don't send help to our people who were under attack? a lot has come out about how it was a 7 1/2 hour attack and that the planes couldn't have been scrambled from the air base in sicily in time to make it there. that is an open question because we didn't try. we don't know if they couldçó he made it in time. we don't know even if they couldn't have had the weapons
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loaded on, that was one of the arguments, at least they could have buzzed the scene or scared people off or sent a show of force. all we know it was sent from africon, the command center there we don't know who said don't help. >> and governor huckabee last night raising the question, how high up the chain does this go? take a listen. >> the order to actually engage troops in a rescue ou%q%=9 has to come from the president é%un, and then the commander has certain authorities. but it has to come from the president to put troops in harm's way. now, in that case, because we don't know enough of the details, that could have come from the commander of the africa command that told them to stand down. play that all the way out. who told him not to allow them to. when you are under attack, we're going to be there. that was the whole point of it. so to say that we didn't know enough to put them -- i don't
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buy that. i think that is incredible and i think somebody needs to be taken to task over that. >> general boykin, a man who speaks with authority, a man one of the most decorated military men and a truly impressive guy. >> who gave the order to stand down instead of try to help and now who is looking for the perpetrators? which hasn't any been prosecuted? where is the justice? we allow this to happen without justice? is that who we are now as a country? >> when we have the faces of the perpetrators on tape. we know -- and byñr the way, almost immediately after these killings it was clear to analysts at cia these were al qaeda affiliate terrorists. we know who they are and yet they remain on the loose, unpunished. >> much more on the benghazi story on fox news channel. keep it here, the only network really covering it. we have other news to tell you about, here are headlines an
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hour from now. we are expected to learn new details about an intense standoff that happened in jersey after a gunmd children hostage inside a home for three hours. all are safe this morning and the gunman barricaded himself in after he recordly killed a woman and one of her children and police are not saying what happened in the standoff or to the gunman. hundreds of people marching in honor of kidnapped victim michelle knight. >> this is for you, michelle. >> yeah! >> the community showing support for knight, who did not have any sort of public homecoming as the two others did. she was released from the hospital friday but is estranged from her family. she is reportedly staying with fellow cap tip gina de jesus. in 30 minutes, both people, gina and amanda berry will release their first statement to the public. let's hope your four-leaf clover
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it was all switched up. >> that is great. >> do you miss that hairstyle? >> i did love that hairstyle. áñi was really out. >> until everyone else had it. >> then it had to go. i can't believe the producers found that. unbelievable. >> thanks. >> you're welcome. let's talk about high school this morning. i don't know. if you ever had a problem with a teacher, you may have tried to work it out with that teacher, maybe after school, you got hauled to the principal's office. here's añi creative way to deal with a teacher you're not happy with and your phone to a friend, begin video recording and get up and make a rant that has become viral in front of the nation. here is jeff bliss. >> if you would just get up and teach them instead of handing them a frickin packet. there's kids in here that don't learn like that. they need to learn face to face. >> right. >> you're getting mad because i'm pointing out the obvious. >> you're wasting my time. >> i'm not wasting yourñr time. i'm telling you what you need to
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do. you want kids to come in your class and get excited. you have to make them excited. you want to change and get them doing better you have to touch his frickin heart. you can't expect them to change because you have to tell them. you have to take this job serious. this is the future of this nation. when you come in here, like you did last time and make a statement about, oh, this isñr paycheck, indeed it is. this is my country's future and my education. >> he's got a point, actually. if she had been on the ball, she would have smacked him so hard he would have been on the floor. >> oh, tucker. >> i'm not defending unionized teachers at all. >> you're for corporal punishment. >> that speech was rude, illiterate, barely literate, in so lent, preeninw,wi arrogant. >> i totally disagreed. i thought that child showed passion. he got up. he never raised his voice. he wasn'tñi raising his voice. >> he grandstanded in front of the class. >> because he clearly felt
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strongly about this. maybe his future is the class president. maybe he could have a position on the school board. clearly, he needs to channel that energy into something productive. >> he wanted it to go viral. he wanted it to be out there. he wanted like his own youtube channel +' get popular so he hands the video camera to his friend to shoot that cut off the top of hisñi head and didn't do good job shooting ñiit. he could have had a conversation with the teacher after class, had an interesting dialogue with the principal about it. >> this is a demagogue in training. >> maybe. let's see what you all have to say about this. this is bonnie from hatsfield, pennsylvania. definitely and attention searching. rude and arrogant. if you have a complaint. talk to the teacher in private. >> james, bravo. the kid was fed up withñi theñi teacher's lack of attention in teaching and got thii attention. he did. >> i suggest heñi run for a cla office. >> so i can vote against him, which i will. >> coming up, the irs targeting
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the irs under fire for targeting politicalñiñi enemies the president, conservative groups. even though the agency apologized it has now surfaced the officials knew about this practice in 2011 and they lied to congress about it. so what happened and why hasn't any been fired? >> joining us now is former florida congressman allen west. nice to see you. >> happy to see you. >> thank you so much. great to have you in the studio. what are we to make of this? is thereñi any indication it ist just a hand full of rogue low level irs agents in theçó cincinnati office that thought they would personally stick it to the tea ñrparty? >> of course, the division chief for this section of the irs knew about this and sent out a cease and desist order. nothing was ever followed occupy
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on. the most important thing we need to come to understand, your first amendment rights says you have the right to petition your government for redress of your i grievances. if we have a government targeting certain groups for political ideology because they don't believe it's in consulate with their beliefs, this is orwellian. >> it was well-known within the irs that it was happening. they had divisions that answered questions about it. the next year, the commissioner of the irs went before congress, you were serving then and said there was absolutely no targeting, this is the kind of back and forth. it just happens to people. >> right. >> how can you get away with telling a flat out way to the ways and means committee? >> you can talk to jay carneyñi about telling a flatout lie at his pret conference just on friday as well. we have to come back and have hearings on this. the ways & means committee needs to look into this. chairman issa needs to look into this and finery, you may want to
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du(ñi to the judiciary committ to look into this as well. this is something criminal. we can't have the american people afraid to express their own beliefs because they think the irs or some other government agency will come down on them. >> just to spell out to our listeners what the irs was doing to the tea party groups, they were asking them for their e-mails. >> donor list. >> donor list. >> yes. >> what were they planning to do with it? >> and identities of theçó relatives. >> one of the things with the donor list and brought up before the small business and oversight committee when i was thereñ congress, they are after those congressheyñi want to put aose lot of pressure on individuals. thereçó are a lot of folksçó ou there very concerned about coming out and being forthcoming about their support to political candidates and what have you. there are a lot of automobile dealerships closed down because found out who they were providing funds and support to. when you go back and look at that auto bailout. >> scary. >> very scary. >> today is mother's day. >> ñrabsolutely. >> you were kind enough to bring
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the mother of your children -- >> yes. >> and your children our set. >> and your family. can you introduce them. >> absolutely. you have my wife, angela. you have -- >> hi, ladies! >> you have my youngest daughter, awesome. our chinese exchange student, lynne and my oldest daughter, aubrey. we were up to speak at the graduation for the kings' college just yesterday. we thought it wasñi a great famy event because my wife originally lived here in new york city. >> what's it like to be back? how are you liking new york? >> love it.ñi absolutely. show or anything? >> we're heading back today actually at 12:00. >> proud of your dad? >> when you walk down the street on the timeline -- >> they have to get back to school and things of that nature. we'll be a back, absolutely. they had a great time going out last night on time square and everything. got caught in the rainstorm trying to go to central park. they thought it was funny dad was drenched. >> did you get breakfast in ñrbi mrs. çwest? >> absolutely not.
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bath and bathe in nice warm cocoa powder and do a face mask with yogurt. >> quickly, what does peanut butter do? >> peanut butter has magnesium, great for elasticity. put it on your elbows. q+eryone moving to tank top season. >> a great moisture. >> a great moisture. >> put it on your face? >> oh! >> i'm an advocate for elbows and knees but, you know -- >> my mistaye, >> anybody have any bread? this is the best smelling segment we've ever had.çó rick,ñi getñi meñr someñrñi who toast, would you? are you on twitter? >> i am on twitter. >> where can they find you if any has questions? sn>> anna dez. >> here's a new one, slapping a police officer, extreme measures one woman took. talking about the wiggles, we're going to sing and dance
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egypt and at least one had received combat training. some people take drastic measures to quit smoking. we wouldn't recommend this one. a california woman slashed a police officer to try to kick the habit. >> she waited outside the county jail and slashed the first deputy that crossed her path, immediately arrested and thrown in jail. all part of her grand plan. lopez was sentenced to 63 days in jail, where she hopes to be able to quit smoking. you know those late night cravings you can't resist? not our fault. our internal clock naturally gives us the quest for sweet and salty cravings speciespecially d 8:00. experts think it's a survival trait from ancient times. >> to rick to see how he's surviving in the great wilds of manhattan. very nice this morning. you have to get out here.
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say hi to debbie. turn it on. say happy birthday to her. >> hi, happy married. >> i said birthday. happy mother's day. it's a cool night tonight. we're looking at freezing conditions and across the central plains where you've been so cold, take a look at what happens over the next few days. you really warm up across kansas city in the 90s and 90s across minnesota down towards oklahoma for your high on tuesday. get ready for much warmer air coming in. meanwhile, quickly for your mother's day forecast, a nice but cooler day for the northeast and southeast, a few leftover showers in parts of florida and mostly sunshine and drier conditions in areas of the southeast. into the northern plains, we're starting to see a warmup around the lake, a little cool and leftover snow falling across areas of northern michigan. out across areas in the west, plenty of sunshine and a lot of
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warmth, up to 103 for your high across areas of the colorado river valley uma, at 103. and back to somebody saying, you saw us on tv, you saw us on tv, talking to their moms. now to the wiggles. >> yes. one of the biggest hit singing groups in the world are here, the wiggles with a brand new edition and here to tell us about this brand new edition. >> there's a new wiggle. >> a new wiggle. nice to see you guys! >> tell us about joining the wiggles! >> we're really excited and really honored to be here and especially coming to the states, one of our most favorite places. we're here to meet all the children. >> i think they're saying, you're a woman. >> you're in the boy's club. >> it's a bo. >> it's really exciting. when the original guys started, they started as university students and friends with each other. >> i'm one of the originals. >> i know you are.
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>> they do say if they started at the beginning and knew it would be a phenomenon, they would have had a girl and time for a change. >> were you fan? >> i was. probably about 6. i'm in one of the videos in the audience dancing with my sister. >> how incredible. >> how does it feel to welcome a woman into the group? >> fantastic. she's driving the big red car, too, and smashing all those stereotype stereotypes. >> in one felt swoop. >> you know what, we had such a great time coming to new york. we have lockey and simon. simon in australia was the phant"phantom of the opera" for performances and watched the phantom last night and now put together for the mothers a little medley of wiggles songs. can we do it. let's do it! >> we'll get out of your way ♪ you alone can make my song
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the seventh annual g.i. phone festival bringing together members of congress and military leaders and big-time celebrities honoring members through film and television. the 50 films featured all military related. this year, they honored our next guest for her work in the documentary, the hornet's nest. five time grammy winner country superstar wynonna judd! good morning, wynonna! great to have you here.
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i know you just received the g.i. spirit award. that's exciting. >> i'm going to wear -- if they pin me, i'm going to wear it on my pajamas because after today i will just be a mom doing chores. i will be wearing my, i'm so fabulous pin to remind my teenagers how much the military loves me. >> that's fantastic. i know teenagers sometimes need to be reminded, though i would be stunned if they don't know about your fabulocity. let's talk about how you received this award for your charitable work with the military. there are so many charities out there the military could get involved with. why this one? >> i met this guy named christian terow, who has done this documentary about a horn hornet's nest and father and son and the next ning i know we're writing a soundtrack and here i am in d.c. with serious mojo, as i walk into the screening of the film with the generals and the
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powers that be and just knowing since i was 18 years old with bob hope singing to the vet's on vet's day at the veteran's wall, i've been a part of the military families since 1984. this is just a continuation of what my passion is, which is the military. this isn't about war for me, about the family, fellowship and community and the fact music is a healer. when i go and sing these songs, this is who i'm singing to. these are my fans. >> you have performed private concerts for wounded warriors and welcomed home the troops at fort campbell on multiple occasions. what's it like to work with the military? >> it's a piece of my life i do that reminds me there's a bigger picture that my stuff is small compared to the big picture. meeting mike has been just an amazing experience, him as well as his son. this documentary is nev never -- it's an unlike anything
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you've ever seen documentary, no line, no actors. >> before i let you go, tell us a little bit about "the hornet's nest." >> "the hornet's nest" is basically men who are brothers and i'm talking about the kind of oath i don't know you and i would be willing to make, you are for me and i'm for you in whatever circumstance. if you are in trouble, i will carry you if you're in trouble from being exiled or killed. it's a documentary unlike anything else, where you actually see these men literally walking into the hornet's nest and saving each other. their oath is, we're brothers and nothing can change that and nothing will change that. that is pretty deep stuff. >> it really is. thanks so much for explaining it to us and being such a supporter of the troops. it's powerful to listen to you this morning. wynonna judd. thanks so much. >> we live in the greatest country in the world. let us be grateful.
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>> amen. thank you. >> thanks. it's a mother's day must. she stays out of the kitchen today. we have simple recipes to treat her to a special mother's day brunch in bed. stay tuned. >> hi. gre greetings from afghanistan. i would like to wish all the mothers a happy mother's day, especially my mom, mary robinson, my mother-in-law, helen, and my grandmother, ann butler to my late grandmother, bu l beulah robinson and my husband being a mom while i'm away from home. i would like to wish all the mothers in the military a happy mother's day greeting. [ man ] on december 17, 1903, the wright brothers became the first in flight. [ goodall ] i think the most amazing thing is how like us these chimpanzees are. [ laughing ] [ woman ] can you hear me?
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and you hear your voice? oh, it's exciting! [ man ] touchdown confirmed. we're safe on mars. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hi. [ baby fussing ] ♪
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happy mother's day, everyone. it's right now time for guys to get up actually, make a meal for their wives today or kids get up and make stuff for their moms today, right? >> absolutely. >> it could be almost pastime. if you're in bed, hop up and do or duty. breakfast in bed for mom. >> candice is here, a celebrity chef and author of a new cookbook "recipe rehab." great to have you. >> thank you. >> these don't look simple. you sure these guys can do it? >> absolutely. anybody can do this. mother's day, you go out for mom, go all out and make a beautiful spread. what's so great about these recipes, they're healthy and better swaps included with things like pancakes, crabcakes, caesar salad. mom won't feel guilty about this
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kind of spread. >> pumpkin pancakes sounds decadent. >> and we took out half of the oil and added pumpkin puree. we can make smaller batches for kids, baby pancakes on the griddle and i'm talking apples and butter and add a little bit of pumpkin spice to these apples. we'll also add things like courants and cranberries if courants aren't in season. we will saute these up. we don't have any power. >> solar power. >> absolutely. snow this is our green kitchen here. >> thank you, tucker. you plate these up here and you will get a beautiful pumpkin pie pancake recipe where you can dunk your syrup on top. mom will love you. >> that is quite the stack of pancakes. >> all right. you can go ahead and pop that champagne. >> i will crack on the champagne. i've been eyeing these. s the parfaits look amazing and
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look pretty simple to make. >> feel free to grab one and eat. they're tropical fruit parfaits. usually, these parfaits can contain -- >> [ possibp ]. >> oh! >> that was a good one. >> popping off this morning. this is a beautiful one for mom and she will appreciate it. >> strawberry and basil in there. >> strawberries and fresh basil are in here. >> wow. >> this is an easy way to up the ante for mom, where she can say, wow, you really went to town. >> starting the day off right. >> how did you make this good? >> granola has a lot of fat and calories. it's fat laden. we used a lighter granola and toasted coconut to still satisfy you and tropical fruit to give it a little bit of twist. it's amazing. greek yogurt is so in. i would suggest getting mom greek yogurt. >> very crisp simple question,
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crabcakes in bed, is that within bounds? >> you know what, i would do that any weekend. for mom, if you like to bring her this into bed absolutely breakfast in bed is another great idea for mom. >> you're pushing the boundaries for mother's day. i love that. you're very creative. thank you, candice. >> these are baked instead of fried, the big tradeout and use light mayonnaise instead of heavy and white eggs instead of eggs. these are a lighter version of mom's favorite crabcakes. >> the book is "recipe rehab." thank you. >> we'll be right back. more "fox & friends" in just moments. [ male announcer ] with free package pickup from the united states postal service a budding artist can ship like a big business. just go online to pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ we'll do the rest. i'my body doesn't work the way it used to.
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happy mother's day, particularly to rick's mom. there we see with a strange man.
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i guess that's your dad. >> that's my dad. >> let's bring her in right now. happy mother's day! >> thank you. >> good morning, mom. >> good morning, rick. >> i always feel bad when we have to call you this early in arizona. it makes the worst mother's day when you have to get up at 5:00 and talk to us. >> but you're worth it. >> ah! >> that is really nice. >> tell us something really embarrassing about rick. >> you know, i've been watching the program and he's perfect. he was the kind of little boy like clayton was, see, like clayton's mother said. >> oh. >> it wasn't until adolescence we went off the rails. >> i'm not surprised such a nice guy comes from such a nice mom. i can see the connection. >> and you also. >> a little less nice -- >> all these guys are all just fishing for compliments all morning. >> and getting them from their moms. >> it's really what we need from our moms all the time. we're waiting for mom to give us affirmation. >> they all said you guys are
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perfect. >> what are you doing today? >> what am i doing today? i'm going out to lump with nch husband. >> love you. we have to go! >> happy mother's day! >> thanks so much.